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Guy catfishes 17-year-old sister by posing as 22-year-old on Tinder to 'teach her a lesson.'

Guy catfishes 17-year-old sister by posing as 22-year-old on Tinder to 'teach her a lesson.'

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Pranks are basically just a socially acceptable form of bullying that have been used by siblings to torture each other since the beginning of time. But catfishing your own sister to make a point and then humiliating her in public is not a normal sibling prank IMHO. But you can decide for yourself.

A guy took to Reddit's "Am I The A**hole?" forum to share about how he catfished his 17-year-old sister by posing as a 22-year-old man to "teach her a lesson" about using Tinder, since she's underage. Weird move, bro.

He explains that he discovered she was on Tinder when a notification popped up while he was using her phone. He asked her "why" she was on Tinder and she told him it's none of his business.

He writes:

Last week, I was using my sister Ashley’s phone because mine was dead and I needed to call a friend to confirm plans. Dialing my friend’s number, I saw a tinder notification of some dude messaging her. Immediately, I asked why she’s on tinder (she’s 17) and she grabbed her phone back and said “none of your business”

Sources: Reddit
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